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Our Team

Our staff and volunteers are community navigators and mentors with a connectedness and authenticity that is unmatched.  

Arrive Alive California Inc. 

Angela Y. Webb, CEO/Executive Director for Arrive Alive California Inc. 

Angela Webb is an internationally recognized crisis intervention specialist and a recipient of the presidential Volunteer Service Award.  Her dedication to help people during the worst time of their lives ignited a passion to develop and facilitate innovative crisis prevention programs for youth and the community.  In 2018, Angela founded Arrive Alive California and is the leader of youth-focused programs across the State of California and a contracted service provider for several local counties.  At the heart of everything she does, is a life-commitment to serve people and save lives.  

Michelle Rogers, Program Analyst

Michelle Rogers, graduated from UC San Diego in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience.  Shortly after graduating she joined the AAC team working to improve the lives of our youth and community members through outreach and education programs.

Michelle Lewis, Program Coordinator  

Michelle Lewis brings more than 2 decades of analytical experience to AAC.  Working primarily in the healthcare industry, she is highly skilled in abstraction and reporting of data.  Michelle has a breadth of knowledge and experience in national and state funded grant proposals for mental health and physical/sexual assault evidentiary exams as well as managing multiple grant awards simultaneously.  She officially joined AAC in 2022 to further her work in funding of and facilitating lifesaving education and awareness programs for youth in our community.

Laura Fragoso, Multi-Role, Program(s) Assistant

Laura has over 15 years years of experience as a preschool teacher and has always had a passion for educating and nurturing youth.  As a mother of three boys, Laura understands the value of youth-focused prevention programs in our community and the importance of bringing the life-saving information to the kids where they're at and in their language.  Laura and Angela worked together years ago on other prevention programs in the county so it's exciting to have Laura join AAC in 2022.

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